Last night at the Thames Valley Property Awards, Boyes Turner took home the ‘Property Law Firm of the Year’ title. The award, sponsored by Crowe Clark Whitehill, recognised the property team’s successful year in both volume of work and quality of instructions.
The Boyes Turner property team is comprised of 23 lawyers and four partners, making it one of the largest full-service property teams in the Thames Valley. The firm’s Development and House Building Team has strengthened its wins over the course of the past year, leading to the best year on record. This was supported by the addition of two new solicitors to the team.
Nick Carter, Partner and head of the property group, said:
“2017 has been a very successful year for our Property Team. Looking back, we had a year of consistent and continued growth, which reflects the hard work and dedication of every member of the team. We’re thrilled to have been awarded the accolade of ‘Property Law Firm of the Year’, which reflects the consistent dedication of the team to supporting our clients and the work they are doing to boost residential and commercial property in the region.”
The award recognised the range of complex deals and advisory work delivered over the last year and was supported by several, and very gratefully received client testimonials.
Boyes Turner are also pleased to have sponsored the award for ‘Housebuilder of the Year’. The award recognises a housebuilder who demonstrates a broader concern for environmental issues and demonstrates the need for greater community engagement. The award went to a housebuilder who also receives continued praise and positive feedback from all its customers.
Congratulations to Inland Homes for winning this year’s Housebuilder of the Year award, as well as to all other winners at last night’s festivities!
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